We are calibrating with a 5 gallon poly prover. To date we have had no issues with he calibration and we have had no regulatory agency verifying the calibration. I imagine that will change soon enough.
Only problem to look out for is improperly purged lines. Coriolis meters do not handle air very well at all, air in the line will destroy any attempt at calibration. Whoever is doing the installs at the Pilots and Flying J's are not installing purge valves as recommended by Gilbarco in an above ground (canopy run), which makes the lines very difficult to purge. I haven't tried it, but apparently you can hook up a standard pulsar and turn it manually to keep the valve open to get it all purged out. Also, don't get any on ya! Stinks bad...worse than diesel, makes for a long day!